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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ay, July 11, 1012 THE LETIIBKIPGE. DAILY TIEKALD .Page 8 You can get a "Lot "-for your money if you patronize firms advertizing on this page j'iuys 150 i'ccl, i'rojitagc i'acing btreot rail- way track in South LuihLuidgc. 3 and 6 months. Tliis will only be on the market for a few days. FOR SALE 7 roomed fully modern cottage, new, on one, and one-half lota. In one of the .best locations in. the city. Price lor a few days only, 11500 Terms, SSOO cash, balance Alberta Loan and Investment Co., Limited 1214 Splendid New Four-Room Cottage Bath loom, panfry. etc., on 12th St. B. If., facing cnbi. Price 'UOO ance per month. NortL Letkbridge Realty Co. PHONE (36 Fire Insurance Money to Loan A Few Lots in Parlulale FOK EACH The C. B. Bowman Agency xCADIA BLOCK. PHONE 1325, NECHACO VALLEY THE GARDEN SPOT" OF B. C. Here are. the government reports'of. same: "The Nechacb with its level'valleys, and 'rich deposit, offens special inducements to farmers. Its advantages are many; the laud .Is rich and to a great extent open, the climate the prin- cipal crops can "be'grown'without trouble, "The-sbil everywhere is of the richest quality. It is composed of fine deposit soil cla> subsoil Not onlj Is the very luxuriant''on the prairies, but in the wooded portions, "pea vines, and' vetches of different.. species grow to. such: a height it renders traveling very difficult." Price per acre, cash, balance monthly. The T. H. Stagg Land Co. Room 1-6 Johnson Elk. 323 5th St. s. Upstairs For Quick Sale Choice 3 miles from Weyburn line, 514.00 per acre. Caih. balance arranged on easy terms. Alberta-British Columbia Land Co. Ltd. 10 Sherlock 721 D. L. KIMBALL, Manager FOR SALE Car of choice OATS for immediate delivery O. T. LATHROP farm tindl Stafford Block Farnu Loans F. C. Lowes Co. Balmoral Blk. Lethbridge For inside residential or subdivision property see MITFORD COMPANY FERNIE WANTS A FALL FAIR Board of Trade Consider- ing up the Mountains (Special to ,Thej Herald.) Fcrnlo, July last monthlj meeting of the Dcard of Trade brought out mere than the usual num- ber of niemburs, ami a very interest- ing meeting was thc result. The project of a Fall fair was .be- fore the members, and H, YV. Her- chmcr and other members of the Feru- le Athletic Association were also pro sent, and discussed, with thc board the feasibility of leasing the new city park to thc association, turning over to that body, for a time at park upon a satisfactory ha: is, and the association undertaking to put tho unfinished athletic grounds and tliu half-mile racing track in good order, for the purposes for they are intended. It was decided that.'the time to ar- range for a fair this -Fall was too hort, and the matter was laid over for further consideration. A large plot of the ground has -been cleared of stumps and brush, and the race track has been laid out. The heaviest and most eostlv cMhe work preparing the grounds has 'been accomplished, and, with thc -expendi- ture of a 'lew thousand dollars more, a first-class place for sports, racing and ball-playing can be made. It was decided that this work shall be completed -during tlie year, and the project of an annual fair be com- pleted in time for co-operation with other societies next yeai j The.nca.nl also tcok tip the matter of trails, and a .report from the Con- servative i association, statins that that body had asked thc provinci.il government to take stops towards At a meeting.of the Veteran's asso- ciation of Frcni-a. held a day or two ago, it was decided to hold a patriotic concert in the Grand Theatre here on August 22, the proceeds to go towards purchasing a red.cross ambulance for tho use of those so unfortunate as to need such a conveyance In this vl cinlty... Col. .McKay, organizer of tho Veterans for .B.C., .will go to Cran in a few to organize a branch of the veterans organization that place, are many ok soldiers, opening: iip-a trfltl to null Hiyer, fif teen iniles to the-west, was discussed Other trails are'- needed to enable prospectors :ind; timbermen to get mountains to the north and. west of town. 'Mr. C; H. of the Western Canada'''Wholesale Co.; F. C. Duboise, of the Elk Lumber Co. Dr. Bonhell, Mr..JIartin, of .McNeil Martin; W. K., Wilson, of the C. N. P, C. Co.; It. M. Young, secretary of the same company, ahthBurt Black, sup- erintendent of the E M" r wore'appointed delegates from tin, Fernie of-Trade, to meet the delegation of British Manufacturers in Gradbrook. Mr. ,r. H. Pollock, and Postmaster H. .1. John son delegated by the Board to continue consultation with representatives of .the Fernie Athletic association, regarding the leasing of the park'grounds' tb; the latter organ- ization, j Mountain-Trails The proposal i of-making trails to the summit of the Three Sister's mountain, and -to'Island Lake, as well as to the top of Mount Fernie, ivas al- under discussion, many thinking that these unrivaled beauty spots ihoutd be brought within easy reach of visitors to Fernie. With comparatively litite work a good trail.couW.be. opened up to the Three would make it possible for tourists to ascend the 9000-feet.peak in one.day and -return PORTUGUESE REBELS ARE ACTIVE Lisbon, July Thc official ga- zetto publishes a' decree calling up immediately upon the reserves ,of arms in the first. and fourth dlvi- ;ions. The decree adds that thc gov- ernment desires to crush as quickly as possibly the Monarchist movement Captain thc Royalist lead- er, is btill on thc frontier in the vi- cinity of lUontalcgrc. He has six quick-firing guns and eral held pieces lie left one gun in an unsuccessful attack on. Chaves. Forc- es of Republican cavalry are scounnj .he mountains around Chavcs, Mont- legrc and 'Valencia, shooting or aei: ng all stray Royalists. Uabecciras !e J'asto is still. in open revolt, not OKS than 800 well armed Royalists imy a strong position there. The fifth regiment of infantry is investing thc town hut does not appear to be n sufficient' strength to carry on an ittack. Oiie assault.-lias' already .been uade, Ijut the Republicans were re- uiUed In a hot lire the quick- firing guns. Reinforcements are now eing to thc scene wuh aitillcrv and xhe town will he bom- janled unless thc Royalists surren- Monday night a Royalist band at- empted to pcnctuite to the Inteuoi Feinie" No finer climb can bcj Plough Urcuera, hut were found, in the province, in so short a distance frcm and an et- 'ort should be'made to "have the Can- adian Aljmie club make thjs the place of one their annual camping sea- sons. Three or ,four, bfJ'Fernhj's resident? ire'members-of that society, ami have spent -vacatiorisVwith 'the club in the of Banft NO POST OFFICE AT BR1DGEND YET GOVERNMENT HAS MATTER "UN- DER PEOPLE KICKING Juh S-On hih 1st V r. Cunning and T lournciiid to icthbridgc to take pait in the riQe snooting competition and buc- cceded in lalciny; two first-prizes. A Cunning lust at 200 jd SECURITY INVESTMENT CO., LIMITED "LAND MERCHANTS" Fire and Life Insurance Money to Loan Room 12, Hull Block, Lethbridge, Phone 768, Room1 207, Templeton Bull Lake City, Raymond Alta.. Phone 5. I with u score 31, and-T. Kinney first-p'ritC at yard'range with a of 3'1. The "dark ped one over on the' Lethbrulge crack shots. A. F. Cunning, Ifcc popular-young, manager of thc Diamond Drug Co si cut the week in Diamond Cilj in charge store. Mrs Daus has let thr conliact mi iiileiit'on to have and confectionery, afore. The question of A post olute 11. still um'er ton idrialion It is nothing In thc that bUO people iniKti ETO 2l miles, to ?et mail must .iwait their RESTORE TO GREECE THE ARCHIPELAGO UNION AVITH OLD NATIONMS'THE ONLY LOGICAL- SOLUTION Athens; July 10. An ins'pired eilit orial appears in ihoPatris today, as to the Italian" among ''the Aegean Ishuiders in' favor of a piotectoiate the archipelago It says; "Italy makes a mistake in imagini-ng tlie' Aegean Islanders want a new mas- Although they acclaim tho Hal ians'. ay liberators from tho Turkish joKc, it must not be( imagined that e dis- persed at'.Valencitt' and which took icfuEp in bpam later rcciossmg thc border under .cover of ,an -attack., nil an'i proceeding to CcLuueia, Mas dufeiuied >n onlj 3S mounted customs officers. ApiUEcnliv the plan of the Roxal- ists to stu up nsings in the distri'ts of Uraga and mak- ing thc tcntial point '1 his acco'iiplibhcd, the; intended to pto- daim a punisonal niihtan mcnt The almedia, captiued by the Republicans and impiifattned pieces to be thc Unian heio as reported, but a Mimiclist paJisan of the bailie name. Another Royalist prisoner se- HOUiulLd, hes in thc hospital at Me that he is thc son of Vibcouni and he to the chaplain an old chain v ilh to'transni't to his wife and children Inc at Sao Jao da near Opoito In a ullage ncai a gieat 2G bombs bren stucti One hun- dred aml.liftv Kovalisls ot the band which dcieated hoAesui- iTiiticrcd to the military authorities at Chafes I icut Soaics, who un- der oi hoHing Monarchist '-unpathics, uas hcing shadowed (aLaliimcifb in LiMmn He aticn-itc-i io fake in a hotel and a t aiaMnieitu'liird foui shots at him, ki'I nn the oflicei immcdtatch Hcd Cross workers'round' Pnsfsbunc Uils west. FOR SALE Cheap by Owner I. v Two brick on !2th Street; .standing on 71 by 120 ft I 2 lots in Bow Island. Four lots in Taber Apply price aid term Box 642 Lethbridge ONE FLAG AND UNITED PEOPLE PREMIER SAYS NOTHING NEW IN COLONIAL. INSTITUTE London, July lion L Boirini marte an hifatont. lust ith tomgl.t at a rccord-hreaking Gjdthcung of the Rojal Colonial In- stitute before a company numbering 270 and oi the 'whole empire AUth medsuicd digmU, ML Bordea enunciated thc Canadian (pel- icy and deeply impressed the 3ntish parliamentaiians present and. hen he pronounced emphatic-all) lliatf Canada stood for one King, one flag, one enipue and one the chccr- ng was, and long Lontm- ucd The applause as renewed when Mr Bortlcn added that no Can- ada's (learlj won autonomy would jc, OL need be sacrificed Perhaps .he two most impressive ot [he speech uero a tribute to French, Canadian nnmediatelj fol- lowed bj tlie declaratio'n that ircmacy of the nai y on the is ic breath of life of the empire, i [lie premier that as regards lofh the minicdiate ro operation ttc7 neet the present emergency a termanenf basis of partnership, :ould be said al present ihat Cana- iian people came ot races that had cr [ailed to reatiZB and had deep sense of their responsibility NO FAVORS TO SITE HUNTERS Edmonton, Julj 9 of tbe Sdmonton Boai d o-E Trade, at the ilai meeting held this afternoon m .he hoard rooms on Athabasca avenue, placed themselves on record as op- posed to idea of fixed assessment 'or Industrial concerns; A Money Maker (Exclusive Llstfng) i on 7th Avenue S. n corner. of street car, Ifnc. Terms AVc can recommend (his to be a ond investment and cnn divide samo necessary HOUSES TO RENT TO he Dowsley Mulhern Land Co. herlock 7th Phont ;